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Part I: Getting Your Feet Wet with Opera.
Chapter 1: An Opera Guided Tour.
Chapter 2: Browsing in Overdrive.
Chapter 3: A View for Every Taste.
Part II: Finding It All.
Chapter 4: Browsing the Hot Lists.
Chapter 5: Organizing Your Hot Lists.
Chapter 6: Searching for Anything.
Part III: Let's Talk.
Chapter 7: Sending and Receiving E-Mail.
Chapter 8: All the News That's Fit to Read (And Then Some).
Part IV: Options for the Control Freak.
Chapter 9: It's Your Preference.
Chapter 10: Setting the Techno-Geek Options.
Chapter 11: Opera at the Command Line.
Chapter 12: Options for the System Administrator.
Chapter 13: Troubleshooting Opera.
Part V: Safety, Cooperation, and Unique Uses for Opera.
Chapter 14: Keeping It Safe.
Chapter 15: Making Other Programs Get Along with Opera.
Chapter 16: Using Opera As a Front End.
Chapter 17: Creating Web Pages of Your Own.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten Great Opera Add-Ons.
Chapter 19: Ten Great Places Opera Can Take You.
Part VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: About the CD.
Appendix B: How Do I Get Opera Up and Running?
End-User License Agreement.
Book Registration Information.
Posted November 29, 2000
Posted November 28, 2000
This book is neat. For one, I like the internet and this has helped me to utilize features I did not know about (like hyperlinks, haxing, and shopping). Man, you should just check it out. Take my word for it. I do not have the time necessary to highlight the many features within this book, but I can tell you it helped me and my son Sammy. Now Sammy always says 'Dad! Lets play internet!' Its cute. Check this book outWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 14, 2000
Although I still don't understand the many intricacies of the Opera browser, this book has helped immensely! I am now capable of navigating the web, as this book showed how easily you can click on an underlined 'link' to be magically whisked off to a shiny new webpage. This book also explains other advanced topics such as the location text box, bookmarks and urls in a clear and concise manner. The internet may be a maze of twisty passages all alike, but this book is helping me inch my way through.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 24, 2000
Posted June 20, 2000